BSV’s Terrace receives top report

by | Sep 11, 2015 | Other News

The Terrace at Beth Sholom Village, an assisted living facility, earned a violation- free inspection report that resulted in a three-year license renewal.

“We could not be prouder of Pam Guthrie, administrator, Robin Gordon, director of nursing and the entire team at The Terrace,” says David Abraham, CEO of Beth Sholom Village. “We are excited to continue providing the highest quality of care to our residents. Additionally, this is the second consecutive time that The Terrace has received a three-year license when inspected for renewal. This achievement is currently held only by two other facilities in Hampton Roads.”

The inspectors from The Virginia Department of Social Services walked into The Terrace unannounced on Tuesday, August 11, 2015, and left at the end of the day with a report of zero violations. A three-year license is issued to a facility with activities, services, management and overall performance levels that routinely exceed the basic care, program and services required by the minimum standards.